BA to start flights to Ibiza from London City Airport

December 14th, 2009 - 2:13 pm Posted in ibiza | Comments (0)

News just in:

The new flights to Palma, Majorca and Ibiza will start operating in May next year, the first time BA has offered leisure services from the Docklands airport.

It will use a new Embraer 190 aircraft for the three-times-a-week service operating on Friday, Sunday and Monday. There are plans to increase the frequency in the peak summer months.

Luke Hayhoe is commercial manager for BA CityFlyer, the wholly owned British Airways subsidiary that will operate the service. He said: “We primarily operate a business schedule from London City, but we do believe these leisure destinations will be extremely popular.

“There is a growing population living and working in the city of London who want to take time off at the weekends and the Balearic Islands is a perfect destination.

“With just two hours 15 minutes flying time and a minimum check-in time of 15 minutes at London City, it maximises their personal time. We are also offering very competitive all-inclusive fares.”

The BA flights include complimentary food and drinks onboard, free online check-in and seat selection 24 hours before departure and free baggage allowance.

All inclusive one way fares are available from £69, and are available to book on

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